Listed below are the honoraria of some senators who declined to disclose all of their speaking fees to The Washington Post's Honoraria Scorecard during the last year. This chart is based on congressional financial disclosure statements released in May.

Senator: Dave Durenberger (R-Minn.)

Environment and Public Works; Finance; Labor and Human Resources committees

1989 Honoraria:

$1,000 from HEALTH R US, Jan. 25

$2,000 from Sandoz Corp., Jan. 27

$1,500 from Hazardous Waste Treatment Council, Feb. 6

$2,000 from American Medical Association PAC, Feb. 25

$2,000 from College of American Pathologists, Feb. 26

$2,000 from Association of American Medical Colleges, Feb. 26

$2,000 from Federation of American Health Systems, March 9

$2,000 from Labor Policy Association, March 18

$2,000 from Group Health Association of America, March 21

$1,000 from Chemical Specialties Manufacturers Association, March 27

$2,000 from American Medical Association, March 30

$2,000 from Murray Scheer & Montgomery, April 5

$2,000 from International Union of Operating Engineers, April 17

$2,000 from MediQual, April 27

$2,000 from Security Industry Association, May 2

$2,000 from Merck & Co., May 9

$2,000 from Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Missouri, May 12

$400 from Brookings Institution, May 12

$500 from National Parent Teachers Association, May 13

$2,000 from Wm. W. Lowry Association, May 16

$2,000 from Healthways Foundation Inc., May 18

$500 from American Society of Allied Health Professionals, May 23

$2,000 from Mercer, Meidinger & Hansen, May 25

$2,000 from Higher Education Assistance Foundation, May 26

$2,000 from American Protestant Health Association, May 26

$2,000 from American Meat Institute, May 30

$2,000 from American International Automobile Dealers Association, June 13

$2,000 from Philip Morris Management Corp., June 21

$2,000 from Medivision Inc., July 5

$500 from Interagency Institute for Federal Health Care, July 19

$1,000 from Canadian Acid Precipitation Foundation, July 19

$2,000 from Baker & Hostetler, July 20

$1,000 from Safeguard America's Family Coalition, Sept. 22

$200 from The Washington Post, Oct. 16

$500 from U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Nov. 7

$1,000 from International Association for Financial Planning, Nov. 10

$2,000 from American Medical Care and Review Association, Nov. 21

$1,000 from Washington Campus Inc., Nov. 29

$2,000 from American Diabetes Association, Dec. 28

Total 1988 Honoraria: $40,175

Jake Garn (R-Utah)

Appropriations; Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs; Energy and Natural Resources; Rules and Administration

1989 Honoraria:

$2,000 from National Association of Realtors, Jan. 13

$3,000 from Richard Ford Associates Inc., Jan. 17

$1,500 from Richard Ford Associates Inc., Jan. 18

$2,000 from Building Industry Association of Southern California, Jan. 31

$2,000 from Pacific Enterprises, Feb. 15

$2,000 from Marriott Corp., Feb. 21

$1,000 from Coalition for Regional Banks, Feb. 21

$1,000 from Edison Electric Institute, March 14

$2,000 from International Paper Co., March 15

$2,000 from American International Group, March 20

$2,000 from New York State Bankers Association, April 24

$3,000 from Paine Webber Inc., April 25

$2,000 from Institute of International Bankers, May 10

$2,000 from Young Presidents' Organization, May 22

$2,000 from National Confectioners Association, June 20

$2,000 from National Independent Energy Producers, July 31

$2,000 from Euromoney, Sept. 13

$1,000 from Executive Enterprises, Oct. 12

$500 from U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Oct. 23

$2,000 from Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue, Oct. 24

Total 1988 Honoraria: $61,700

Daniel K. Inouye (D-Hawaii)

Appropriations; Commerce, Science and Transportation; Rules and Administration; Select Indian Affairs

1989 Honoraria:

$2,000 from Tufts Community Union Student Senate, Jan. 12

$2,000 from Anti-Defamation League, Jan. 23

$2,000 from Hotel/Restaurant Employees International Union, Feb. 1

$2,000 from Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Feb. 6

$2,000 from Communications Satellite Corp., Feb. 7

$300 from PHP Institute Inc., Feb. 8

$2,000 from Tacoma Pierce County Bar Association, Feb. 10

$2,000 from International Academy of Trial Lawyers, Feb. 11

$500 from California Teachers Association, Feb. 13

$1,000 from Arnold & Porter, May 31

$1,500 from Broadcasting Magazine, July 11

$2,000 from Electronic Data Systems Corp., July 27

$2,000 from Association of Foreign Investors in U.S. Real Estate, Sept. 20

$1,000 from Preston Thorgrimson Ellis & Holman, Sept. 27

$1,000 from Tele-Communications Inc., Oct. 12

$2,000 from The Center for the Study of the Presidency, Nov. 8

$2,000 from Truck Renting & Leasing Association, Nov. 20

Total 1988 Honoraria: $45,830

NOTE: Some members give a portion or all of their honoraria to charity. There is a limit on the amount of honoraria that members of Congress are allowed to keep each year. Members of the Senate are allowed to retain up to $35,800 a year.

Compiled by Ralph Gaillard Jr. -- The Washington Post